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And now some fresh pickings from the political grapevine how exactly does a country on apologize -- Japan may be looking to find out.
The New York Times reports that the new government may revise a twenty year old apology to women who were forced into sexual slavery during the Second World War.
Japan's chief cabinet secretary declined to commit the government to upholding the apology saying quote.
It would be desirable for experts and historians to study the 1993 statement Japan will continue to uphold.
A broader apology issued in 1995 to all victims of their colonialism and aggression.
The South Korean foreign minister responded by calling on Japan not to forget its militaristic.
Go visit your parents in China that is now an order in the legislature has amended its law on the elderly to now require adult children.
Visit -- aging parents quote often it does not specify -- how often.
And they know parents and fuel that they are being neglected by their children and that they can now even sue them the mandate is an attempt to help an aging population.
-- has limited access to retirement or care or homes and comes amid reports parents being abandoned or ignored by their children.
And finally as we have been talking about there is a clear division in Washington over the fiscal cliff Virginia democratic congressman Jim Moran -- missed it.
While they're working on legislation they'll be watching another battle on Sunday.
We're going to be voting Sunday -- That probably watching the skins cowboys game -- of cloak room.
Washington and Dallas plays Sunday night with the NFC east title on the line -- followed by the way played for the Redskins in the 1930s.
Though they were in Boston.
At the time.
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